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Smoking-accessories continue to lag in c-stores, on a 4-year downward trend.
The sandwich has a solid profile in the total foodservice sphere. How convenience retailers are overcoming preconceived notions about stale bread.
In a world of increasing social pressures, taxes and regulations, convenience store and tobacco-shop retailers increasingly find themselves on the same side of an issue.
PCATS director helps SOI attendees understand ways cellphones, convenience match up
The beverage segment may well be convenience stores' front line of the battle for shopping trips, and it behooves operators to protect this niche and grow via the best means possible. Suggestion: Put your beer on ice.
Convenience store chain establishes non-profit foundation
What are the consequences of Microsoft ending support for old operating system?
The recent credit-card data theft at Target is a striking reminder of how tightly our retail brand name is tied to the trust of our customers and how it can be shattered in an instant with the loss of our customers’ data.
Today, consumers want “convenience plus,” and there’s one big problem. Food culture has shifted in the United States over the past two decades in some very profound ways.
Whatever happened to the good ol’ days of customers going directly to a store manager and informing him or her of their dissatisfaction? Shoppers now have the ability to share their experience by writing reviews or sharing their experience via social media.

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